Our products: Full spectrum data collection and sharing

Some companies have applications to pull data directly from EHRs and send the data into EDC systems.  Some companies have applications to allow patients to gather their data from EHRs for their own personal use.  We have BOTH, integrated into one seamless platform.

We also have products to help clinicians collect data directly from patients, flowing the data directly into their electronic medical record.

Our experience: Decades of innovations, awards, and users

  • We have been involved in data collection and data sharing for decades.
  • We are forerunners in developing interoperability standards and applications, winning numerous awards.
  • We continue to work with researchers, providers, patients, and government organizations to build innovative solutions to improve data sharing, with a view to finding cures faster and improving health and care, with tens of thousands of users every day.

Why is it important to have the full platform of data flow between EHR, patients, research staff, and EDC?

  • “Life happens” in between research visits which may delay data collection if the EHR is the only source of real-world data. Patients may also forget to tell research staff about events that may have happened weeks ago. Having instant access directly from the patient eliminates the delay of information collection.

  • Having a single platform to receive EHR data as well as collect patient reported outcomes and surveys from patients simplifies the flow of data and the learning curve.

  • A single platform with automated alerts to provide better care and patient oversight.

  • Patients having their own data has been shown to improve outcomes.

  • Return of patient data after the study encourages patients to join clinical trials.

  • Bi-directional communication between the research team and patients helps patients to feel more engaged and provides the research team the ability to give a more timely response.

  • Receiving timely data about adverse reactions helps to mitigate patient risk.

  • Because patients can share their data from multiple sites, this enables data flow for decentralized clinical trials (DCT).